Casper Friederich

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About Casper Friederich

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  1. 1920 Napier 40/50, competitor to the Rolls-Royce "Silver Ghost". A more modern aircraft inspired engine with overhead camshaft. Bodies often by the in house coachbuilder Cunard, as also in the this case, was a drawback compared with RR. Strikes at the factory didn't either help to win back the title "The Best Car in the World"
  2. Front wheel drive 1936-39 Adler Trumpf Junior[1E], 1 Litre engine with 25 horsepower. Twin spare tires non orginal.
  3. Lancia Aprilia & Ardea, the later was introduced in 1939 and had an engine displacement of under 1 Litre. Both cars have narrow angle V-4 cylinder blocks.
  4. Not a wrecked car, but horrible to even think about having an accident in a car with the petrol tank in the engine compartement. 1934-36 Steyr 100, then the entry level model. Pillarless four door body neither mine cup of tea. Quite lovely rear-view with spare wheel cover and split window although
  5. The most beautiful Gläser bodied car, at least from the late 30s according to my opinion. 1939 Steyr 220 Sport-Cabriolet. I think it even looks better in two-tone paint, Ivory and some darker red or blue.
  6. 1933-35 Steyr 430 with Rumble seat, based on the Porsche designed Steyr 30. Only 1250 built, that includes all body styles.
  7. 1925 Amilcar Grand Sport , central gearchange and hand brake as opposite to Bugatti Type 37 etc. Gaspedal in the middle, windshield probably removed for the photo session
  8. Second hand car in Sweden, probably German-Horch or Stoewer
  9. Early 20s British built Rohde, rather sporty and without differential in the rear axle. The fabric bodied saloon i the same company's Meadows engined Hawk, one of the last made before Rhode went under in the early 1930s.
  10. 1930-31 A.J.S. Nine, built by the famous British Motocycle Company. Very short production run for the fabric bodied 4-door saloon, the price was also a bit more expensive than the main competitor's.